Pushing an Asian option
Canadian industry, Alberta government seek alternative outlet for oil sands crude, prodded by concerns over U.S. climate change legislation
For Petroleum News
A push from the United States and a nudge from China have stirred fresh interest among those who believe itís vital to open up Asian markets for Canadian oil sands production.
But the road to the Far East is littered with all kinds of pitfalls.
Thereís the usual challenge for pipeline companies ó....
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Race for GHG agreement
Non-U.S. export markets sought
The effort to reach the East
More Chinese buys possible
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